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Seriously FUN Things to do in Telluride in Summer

Most people know Telluride, Colorado for its world-class skiing. After all, there are 1,700 acres of powder that entice visitors every winter. That, coupled with the fact that Telluride sees the sun for 300 days, and gets 300+ inches of snow, make it a skier’s paradise. However, there are so many seriously fun things to …

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The Ultimate Pairing of Outdoor Activities and Wine Tasting in Colorado

Colorado is home to countless outdoor adventures many of which pair well with my favorite beverage – wine! With nearly 100 Colorado wineries, there are several opportunities to blend the two. I’ve pulled together my five favorite towns – and adventures – to help you pair the perfect wine tasting in Colorado.

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Four Fantastic Wine Country Destinations for Fit Travel

Pairing wine country with a good workout may sound like an odd blend but the combination has proven to be a hit. Albeit, you may not want to do the two simultaneously. In collaboration with Expedia.com, I’ve pulled together four fantastic wine country destinations in the United States outside of Napa and Sonoma where you …

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Check-In: Hotel review of the Great Wolf Lodge in Colorado Springs

Great Wolf Lodge Defines “Great” for Kids If you find yourself in Colorado Springs needing a place to stay my favorites are The Broadmoor, Cheyenne Mountain Resort, and the Great Wolf Lodge. Each of these resorts offer amazing experiences, ones you may end up not wanting to leave the resort, but you should given all …

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Eco-Friendly Adventures and Unplugged Escapes Throughout Colorado

What better way to celebrate Earth Day this week than to highlight eco-friendly adventures and unplugged escapes throughout Mother Nature’s playground, otherwise known as Colorado. Throughout Colorado, businesses have worked to develop programs that protect and nurture the environment, and help visitors do their part by immersing themselves in environmentally friendly accommodations, dining experiences and …

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Lunch or Happy Hour with a View? The Best Rooftop Bars in Denver.

By Hans Ebenman, Contributing Writer Visiting Denver soon? Looking for some rooftop bars and restaurants with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains?  The Rooftop Guide has rounded-up the best rooftop bars from all over the world, including Denver. Here’s our list of the best rooftop bars in Denver. Los Chingones Mexican food, cozy atmosphere, might …

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Check-In: Residence Inn Breckenridge, Colorado

The Residence Inn in Breckenridge, Colorado is one of first new hotels in Breckenridge in several years. And, a much needed addition to support the growing number of visitors heading to the popular Colorado ski town. Even in just its first few weeks, the hotel is booked and buzzing with guests. I was invited to …

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Colorado’s Diverse Winter Accommodations

Colorado is synonymous with winter. In fact, the state is one of the top winter destinations in the world, but it’s not just a winter snow skiing and boarding destination. Across the state, hotels, lodges, ranches and even yurts have elevated their offerings to appease guests and create an unforgettable winter vacation, many of which …

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Things to do in Denver with Kids (and without): GameWorks

It’s summer and we’re back in Colorado for the next few months. As the summer temperatures continue to rise, finding activities to beat the heat is key. Yes, the pool, white water rafting, paddle boarding and escaping to the high country top my list but they’re not always do-able, especially on a Thursday afternoon. Enter …

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Theatre Hikes at Chautauqua Park Boulder

This post has been updated since its original posting on August, 2014. Do you like to hike? What about see live theatre performances? Did you know you can do both at the same time? Arts in the Open, formally known as Colorado Theatre-Hikes combines the two – an outdoor hike with amazing views paired with …

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Check-In: The Grand Lodge in Crested Butte, Colorado

The Grand Lodge in Crested Butte is Value Luxury at its Finest On a trip to Crested Butte, Colorado last week my family and I spent a few nights at The Grand Lodge. Have you stayed at this hotel in Crested Butte before? What was your experience? Keep reading for our impressions — and plenty …

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Interview with a Winemaker, Jay Christianson with Canyon Wind Cellars

Sipping in Colorado Wine with Jay Christianson, Canyon Wind Cellars Earlier this summer I was invited to a small, private, wine tasting for writers here in Colorado. The gathering was specifically put together to preview wines that had won the Governor’s Cup Wine Competition, an annual competition recognizing the top wines in Colorado. This year, …

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Family Friendly (aka EASY) Hiking in Breckenridge, Colorado

While Breckenridge might be known more for its winter sports, visiting in the summer is a must and hiking in Breckenridge is an absolute. There are hundreds of hiking trails in Breckenridge, from “easy” to “moderate” to “hard” to “crazy hard” to “what the heck are you thinking”. Since we are barely able to do …

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